If you’re curious about the date a person joined Twitter, there’s a way to find out even if they have not included the “date joined” information on their profile. See how long your new favorite follow has been tweeting or when a new profile officially landed using TW Birthday.
To use this tool, just enter a username on the box provided and you will be shown a birth certificate with the complete birth date of that person. But it’s not that user’s real birthday that’s displayed. Rather, it is the day he or she joined Twitter. You can then tweet this if you want to greet that person.
In addition, Twbirthday may suggest who might have “godfathered” or introduced this person to Twitter, their age index, and a break down of just how long a Twitter account has been active.
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